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Iranian Hardliner Wins on Votes of the Poor
US Hawks Rooted for Hardline Iranian Candidate
Iraqis Fear Era of Relentless Chaos, Cruelty
Eight Killed as Insurgents Ambush Iraqi Police
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Pentagon's Student Database Raises Privacy Concerns
US Support for Uzbek Repression Belies Pro-Democracy Rhetoric
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by Thomas R. Eddlem
ElBaradei Wins  by Gordon Prather
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Thirty Years War?  by George Hunsinger

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Bodies of 28 Iraqis Found
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Australian DM: More Troops Possible for Afghanistan
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Many Killed in India Rebel Attack
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UN, Aid Agencies Cease Indonesia Travel
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Leaders of Europe's Socialist Parties Meet
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Military Brass Hit Kennedy for Saying War Is 'Quagmire'
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Pakistani Cleric in California Accused of Ties to Terrorism
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Netherlands Halts Congo Returns
Somali Leaders Fail to Resolve Differences
Somalia's Welcome Warlord
Ethiopia Frees Poll Protesters
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